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Magnetrol International has introduced the Echotel 355 two-wire, loop-powered, non-contact ultrasonic transmitter that measures liquid level, volume and open-channel flow.

This low-cost, integral mount unit features a 60kHz ultrasonic transducer and advanced digital signal processing to measure out to a 6m maximum range.

The Echotel 355 can be configured locally, with the menu-driven four-pushbutton LCD display, or remotely, with Hart digital communications or Pactware, with the extra capability of capturing echo wave forms, viewing trend data, diagnostic conditions and all transmitter configuration parameters.

The integral mount electronics are housed in either a cast-aluminum housing or Lexan thermoplastic housing.

The intelligent electronics are able to analyse the ultrasonic echo profile, apply temperature compensation, reject echoes from false targets and then process the true echo from the liquid surface.

This is said to result in a reliable measurement even when applications difficulties such as turbulence and false echoes exist.

Volume applications can be configured by selecting the tank shape and inputting one to three tank dimensions.

Open-channel flow configurations are measured by selecting one of the 35 flume and weir curves stored in the transmitter, then setting multipliers for the resettable and non-resettable seven-digit flow totalisers.

Magnetrol unveils two-wire ultrasonic transmitter

Magnetrol International has introduced the Echotel 355 two-wire, loop-powered, non-contact ultrasonic transmitter that measures liquid level, volume and open-channel flow.

This low-cost, integral mount unit features a 60kHz ultrasonic transducer and advanced digital signal processing to measure out to a 6m maximum range.

The Echotel 355 can be configured locally, with the menu-driven four-pushbutton LCD display, or remotely, with Hart digital communications or Pactware, with the extra capability of capturing echo wave forms, viewing trend data, diagnostic conditions and all transmitter configuration parameters.

The integral mount electronics are housed in either a cast-aluminum housing or Lexan thermoplastic housing.

The intelligent electronics are able to analyse the ultrasonic echo profile, apply temperature compensation, reject echoes from false targets and then process the true echo from the liquid surface.

This is said to result in a reliable measurement even when applications difficulties such as turbulence and false echoes exist.

Volume applications can be configured by selecting the tank shape and inputting one to three tank dimensions.

Open-channel flow configurations are measured by selecting one of the 35 flume and weir curves stored in the transmitter, then setting multipliers for the resettable and non-resettable seven-digit flow totalisers.

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